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have certain requirements and details associated with certain majors at our
school, so ask questions about things like:
numbers within a major?
long to complete a major?
requirements (i.e. practicum, field study, etc.)
As you check out all the details when it
comes to certain majors, know that you’re not alone.
Ask questions when talking with your
advisor and other trusted consultants.
Explore the “what ifs” now so you know
what to expect down the road.
career related interests, skills, and values.
program. Develop more
knowledge about the career options you are considering. Collect information in regards to the
employment outlook, degree/additional education requirements, work settings,
and work experience needed.
resume. Try out your
career options through an internship.
related skills through academic coursework (computer, accounting, foreign
attention to your academic success.
Career Services events (Workshops, “Mock”
Interview Day, Career Day, and/or Education Expo) to learn about internships,
graduate schools, full-time employment and other career related topics. Participate in a
domestic or international student exchange program or study abroad.
informational interviews with professionals in different fields to learn about
post-graduate internships to gain experience while conducting your job search
for full-time employment.